Personalized Physical Therapy Care

Our Physical Therapy department is conveniently located on site at the RMOA clinic.  Our integrated care model allows you to receive the best care through close communication with your orthopaedic specialist. Don’t be surprised if your Orthopaedic Surgeon peeks in while you are rehabilitating.

Massage Therapy

We also offer medical massage with our licensed massage therapist. Visit our massage therapy page for more information.

Rocky Mountain Orthopaedic Associates Physical Therapy Team 11-2017To schedule your appointment call our direct line at 970-683-2225

We offer “hands on” care and personalized rehabilitation programs to our valued patients. Our therapy team specializes in sports medicine and post-operative rehabilitation for children to seniors and couch potatoes to elite athletes. Our goal is to help you reach your goals.

Physical Therapy is often prescribed to treat the following conditions:

Knee Pain

• Arthritis
• IT Band
• Ligament Sprain
• Patella Femoral
• Post-Operative Rehab

Hip Pain

• Arthritis
• Bursitis
• Hamstring Strain
• Hip Flexor Strain
• Post-Operative Rehab

Neck Pain

• Arthritis
• Headaches
• Herniated Disk
• Pinched Nerve
• Post-Operative Rehab

Shoulder Pain

• Arthritis
• Bursitis
• Dislocation/Instability
• Post-Operative Rehab
• Rotator Cuff Strain

Foot Pain

• Ankle Sprain
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Post-Operative Rehab

Back Pain

• Arthritis
• Glute (butt) Pain
• Herniated Disk
• Instability
• Pinched Nerve
• Sciatica

Patient Rehabilitative Exercise Handouts

Rehab Exercises: ACL Reconstruction

Rehab Exercises: Ankle Sprain

Rehab Exercises: Core Strengthening

Rehab Exercises: Frozen Shoulder Stretching

Rehab Exercises: Golfer’s Elbow/Medial Epicondylitis

Rehab Exercises: Knee Arthroscopy

Rehab Exercises: Knee Replacement

Rehab Exercises: Pilates Rehab

Rehab Exercises: Rotator Cuff

Rehab Exercises: Tennis Elbow/Lateral Epicondylitis

Rehab Exercises: Throwers Level 1

Rehab Exercises: Throwers Level 2


Informational Handouts

Achilles Handout

Ankle Sprain – A Significant Injury

Ankle Sprain: Overview

Better Runner

Conditioning: Stretching Information for Runners – The Injured Runner

Exercise is Medicine

Exercise Modifications to Enhance Shoulder Function

Getting Older, Day by Day

Lower Back Pain

Neck Pain

Nutrition for Healing

Physical Therapy for the Joint Replacement Patient

Physical Therapy for Sports Injuries

Ready for a Change?

The Injured Runner

Tobacco Use and Healing